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Nebraska recruited quite a few offensive linemen in the 2011 class. Tyler Moore, Givens Mordi Price, Ryne Reeves and Zach Sterup all signed with the Huskers.
To start, Moore played in a total of nine games his freshman year. He started in four of those. However, by the time his sophomore year rolled around, Moore transferred to Florida, per ESPN.
As for Price, he provided depth through his sophomore season but really had the opportunity to step up at the end of 2013. When most of Nebraska's offensive line went down with injuries, Price's role expanded, giving him valuable experience for the Huskers in 2014.
Reeves has also grown in his time with Nebraska. He broke his ankle during 2013's spring practice, but he was able to make a full recovery by fall. For 2014, his experience will either have him starting under center or at guard.
Sterup, like Price and Reeves, has paid his dues since he was recruited and is looking for an expanded role in 2014. He was also in the same boat where injuries towards the end of 2013 allowed him to gain valuable experience.
Overall, Nebraska's 2011 class provided a good group of players that were capable of stepping up when injuries plagued the offensive line last season. The group now has a lot to prove as leaders going forward, but they've shown a lot of promise.